U.S.

Miami police use stun gun on man accused of touching female passenger

A 28-year-old Chicago man was in custody on Monday after police used a stun gun to arrest him aboard an American Airlines plane after he refused to move seats when accused of touching a female passenger without her permission at Miami International Airport.

World

UK’s Prince William brings children to meet newborn son

Britain’s Prince William brought his children, George and Charlotte, to meet their new brother a few hours after his birth at a London hospital on Monday.

World

Paris attacks suspect jailed for 20 years for Belgian attempted murder

A Belgian court sentenced Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam and a co-accused to 20 years in prison on Monday for trying to kill police during a shootout in Brussels in 2016.

Sports

London Marathon runner dies in hospital

A 29-year-old chef who collapsed while running in Sunday’s London Marathon has died in hospital, event organizers said on Monday.

World

Thousands march in Madagascar in protest at new election laws

Thousands marched in Madagascar’s capital on Monday to protest against new electoral laws and the death of a person in a similar march at the weekend, a witness said.

U.S.

Waffle House suspect still at large a day after Nashville shooting

There have been no credible sightings of the 29-year-old suspect in the fatal shooting of four people at a Waffle House restaurant over the weekend, police said on Monday, as a manhunt pushed into its second day.

World

Cambodia police arrest 119 Chinese over telecoms fraud

Dozens of Chinese have been arrested in Cambodia on suspicion of extorting money from people in China via a telecoms scam, police said on Monday.

World

Islamic State beheads three brothers in Afghanistan

Militants from Islamic State have beheaded three brothers, all working in the medical profession, in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Nangarhar, an official said on Monday.

Sports

Motorcycling: Marquez wins in Texas for sixth year in a row

Honda’s reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez won the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin for the sixth year in a row on Sunday to take his first victory of the season in dominant fashion.

Sports

Landry wins Texas Open by two shots for PGA Tour breakthrough

Andrew Landry built a big lead and held on for his first PGA Tour victory, a two-stroke triumph at the Texas Open in San Antonio on Sunday.

World

France’s Mont Saint-Michel evacuated after man threatens police

French authorities said they evacuated the island of Mont Saint-Michel after a man threatened police at the major tourist attraction on Sunday.

World

Blast at election center in Afghan capital kills dozens

A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a voter registration center in the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday, killing at least 52 people and wounding more than 100, in the most serious attack yet on preparations for elections scheduled for October.

Entertainment

Box Office: ‘A Quiet Place’ Back on Top, ‘Super Troopers 2’ Smokes Projections

“A Quiet Place” had another noisy weekend at the domestic box office, reclaiming the No. 1 slot in its third frame.

U.S.

Four killed by nude gunman at Nashville waffle house

A nearly nude gunman killed at least four people at a Waffle House restaurant near Nashville, Tennessee early on Sunday and then fled after a patron saved lives by wrestling the assault-style rifle from his hands.

Politics

Romney fails to win GOP nomination for senate, heads to primary in November

Mitt Romney’s restart of his political career hit a roadblock Saturday. The 2012 Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor failed to win the Utah Republican Party’s nomination, which means he must face 11 challengers in a June primary for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch.

World

Blast at election center in Afghan capital, dozens of casualties

A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a voter registration center in the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday, killing at least 12 people and wounding dozens as they waited to receive identity cards, officials said.

World

Two Chinese dragon boats capsize in river, 17 killed

Two dragon boats practicing to race on a river in China have overturned and 17 people drowned, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.

Entertainment

Austin Powers movies’ Mini-Me, Verne Troyer, dies

The diminutive actor who starred in the Austin Powers movies’ as “Mini Me”, Verne Troyer, died Saturday at a hospital in Los Angeles. He was 49.

World

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth celebrates 92 years with star-studded concert

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth attended a star-studded special concert on Saturday as the world’s oldest and longest-reigning living monarch celebrated her 92nd birthday.

U.S.

Barbara Bush remembered for her dignity and wit at Houston funeral

Former first lady Barbara Bush was remembered at her funeral on Saturday as a formidable but caring figure whose devotion to her family was matched only by her commitment to public service.

World

Red Cross says employee killed in Yemen

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Saturday one of its employees had been killed in a shooting in the Yemeni city of Taiz.

World

One killed, 16 injured as Madagascar police disperse protests

One person was killed on Saturday when Madagascar police fired teargas at opposition demonstrators protesting against new electoral laws they say are designed to lock out their candidate from a presidential election due this year.

World

India approves death penalty for child rapists

India’s cabinet on Saturday approved the death penalty for those convicted of raping girls below the age of 12 years amid outrage in the country after a string of horrific cases of sexual violence.

World

North Korea says it will stop nuclear tests, abolish test site

North Korea will suspend nuclear and missile tests effective immediately and abolish a nuclear test site in a bid to pursue economic growth and peace on the Korean peninsula, the North’s state media said on Saturday, ahead of planned summits with South Korea and the United States.

U.S.

Southwest giving passengers $5,000 checks on accident flight

Southwest Airlines Co confirmed Friday it has sent $5,000 checks to passengers aboard a flight that made an emergency landing this week after an engine failed, killing a passenger.